In many instances the water bodies which once provided sustenance, are getting filled over, being ‘trained’ to become sewage or storm water channels and/ or simply laid waste with day-to-day pollution abuse. An approach that clogs the timeless flow and efficiency of the land and water cycle relationships. Yet we blame monsoons, climate change, government, and every other event for decisions at our household level.

How do we address this disconnect and misplaced approaches and re-plan our cities with a place of water flows that benefit our own future survival? An inclusive transformation that aligns society, politics, and technical know-how with the ecological imperative. This was the premise of discussion and deliberation on the online Sister City Program- Nashik workshop.